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That's usually a result of a marginal flash memory card. It might also be from a low battery, particularly if you're using rechargeable cells, which have a lower starting terminal voltage than alkalines.
You might try re-formatting the memory card (after you've retrieved whatever you can, and care about, from it) and see if it complains. Try it with a near-dead battery if you want to take the time to experiment.
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